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Wizards announce television schedule

The Wizards and Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic announced on Wednesday the 83-game television schedule for the 2010-11 season. The schedule includes 80-regular season games and three preseason games -- all available in high definition -- beginning Oct. 5, when the Wizards open the exhibition season in Dallas. Steve Buckhantz and Phil Chenier will return for their 14th season together, and Chris Miller will return as the sideline reporter.

Comcast SportsNet will air 73 games, while 10 games will be on Comcast SportsNet Plus. The regular season opener in Orlando on Oct. 28 and the Thanksgiving game in Atlanta will both be seen exclusively on TNT. The Wizards will make their debut on Comcast SportsNet on Oct. 30 against the Hawks. Both home preseason games -- on Oct. 12 against Atlanta and Oct. 14 against Milwaukee -- will also be broadcast on Comcast SportsNet.

By Michael Lee  |  September 8, 2010; 3:23 PM ET
 
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Watching the Wizards in 1080P clarity could only hurt the enjoyment of the broadcast.

Posted by: noslok | September 8, 2010 4:36 PM | Report abuse

Spain out! Future nba all-star Ricky Rubio really showed his stuff in this one, going for 3pts/3asst on 1-4 shooting in 26mins. Kid is actually the weakest link on the Spanish roster, I don't think we'll see him in the nba anytime soon.

Posted by: divi3 | September 8, 2010 4:44 PM | Report abuse

I always thought the regualr season NBA schedule was 82 games long. When did this change or am I misatken?

Posted by: hughesbob19 | September 8, 2010 5:07 PM | Report abuse

Never mind. Just re read post. Two games will only be aired on TnT.

Posted by: hughesbob19 | September 8, 2010 5:08 PM | Report abuse

I hope CSN upgrades their technology this year. I love Buckhantz and Chenier (I'm a hopeless homer, just like them), but CSN's HD picture quality is significantly less clear than ESPN's.

Posted by: ManuteBogues | September 9, 2010 7:36 AM | Report abuse

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